University of Toronto has announced plans to ban smoking on all three of its campuses, effective January 1.
According to the University, the policy will include tobacco, cannabis, e-cigarettes and other vaping devices.
The school states that the intention behind the ban is to promote healthier campuses.
More than 65 Canadian universities and colleges have banned smoking on campus, according to a report by the Canadian Cancer Society. U of T plans to join the rankings in the new year.
The university states that the ban will make exceptions for Indigenous ceremonial activities and medical accommodations.
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